Here are the finalists for the 2022 RED Awards

Above: Choice Hotels at Cavasson was a finalist for Office Project of the Year at the 2022 RED Awards. Real Estate | 9 Mar |

The Real Estate Development (RED) Awards are the Academy Awards of Arizona’s commercial real estate industry. The 2022 RED Awards will honor projects completed in the 2021 calendar year. And with more than 100 nominations coming out of Arizona’s red-hot CRE industry, the finalists for the 2022 RED Awards truly represent the best in Arizona. Finalists and winners for the 2022 RED Awards, which are put together by AZRE magazine, will be honored March 10, 2022, at Embassy Suites by Hilton Scottsdale Resort’s Chaparral Conference Center. For more information on the event, click here.

Sponsors for the 2022 RED Awards include event sponsor CHASSE Building Team, beverage sponsor DP Electric, dessert sponsor Willmeng, and gift sponsor MacQueen & Gottlieb.

Here are the finalists for the 2022 RED Awards:

Healthcare project of the year

 

Banner Health Center Plus – New River Trails

As the nonprofit health system’s largest ambulatory campus, Banner Health anticipates New River Trails will serve more than 132,000 patients annually and employ 215 healthcare professionals, including 47 physicians, nurse practitioners and physician assistants.

Developer: NexCore Group

General contractor: Haydon Building Corp 

Architect: SmithGroup

Subcontractors: Castle Steel Inc., M.A.G. Construction, PK Associates, TDIIndustries, Sustainability Engineering Group

Value: $32 million

BNI Neuroplex at St. Joseph’s Hospital and Medical Center

This new Neuroplex building is unique with its hybrid identity — in many ways it acts as an extension of the hospital and in other ways it serves as a standalone medical office building — and frees up clinical care spaces, enabling laboratory research to expand by 50%.

Developer: Dignity Health/CommonSpirit Health

General contractor: Kitchell

Architect: Devenney Group Architects

Subcontractors: DP Electric, McCarthy Nordburg, Midstate Mechanical, MKB, Walters & Wolf

Value: $34.45 million

Chandler Medical Pavilion

The first phase of Chandler Medical Pavilion includes a 66,000-square-foot, three-story, built-to-suit medical office building that accommodates five separate medical suites — Banner Imaging, Banner Orthopedic, Banner Cardiovascular, Atlas Surgery Center, and doctors’ offices for private practice use.

Developer: Unbound Development

General contractor: Okland Construction

Architect: Butler Design Group 

Subcontractors: C.D.S. Framing, Chamberlin Electric, Harder Mechnical, JFK Electrical, Midstate Mechanical

Brokers: JLL, Unbound Development 

Value: $25 million

Dignity Health Chandler Regional Medical Center Tower D

The tower was completed with space on the first and fifth floors for additional growth, enabling the medical center to cost effectively plan for future needs. Additionally, the tower increased surgical capacity, added cardiac-rehabilitation services and is expected to create 200 new jobs.

Owner: Dignity Health 

General contractor: McCarthy Building Companies

Architect: Devenney Group Architects

Subcontractors: Cannon & Wendt Electric, Devenney Group Ltd., K.T. Fabrication, TDIndustries, WSP

Value: $126 million

U-HAUL Health and Wellness Center

The 54,208-square-foot building includes U-Haul’s recruiting department, wellness program team, medical clinic, basketball court, walking track, cardio and weights equipment, sports leagues and fitness classes. The medical clinic offers general practice medicine as well as some specialties.

Developer: U-HAUL

General contractor: CHASSE Building Team

Architect: Carhuff + Cueva Architects

Subcontractors: A Professional Plumbing, Arizona Glass Specialists, EF Charles, LR Cowan, Pete King

Value: $14.7 million

Higher education project of the year

 

Arizona State University Interdisciplinary Science and Technology Building VII

The ISTB7 building is the latest LEED project on ASU’s Tempe campus and by far the most ambitious. The high-performance research facility fosters an interdisciplinary approach to knowledge generation and leading-edge research, including innovative endeavors focusing on the sustainability of food, water, and energy.

Owner: ASU

General contractor: McCarthy
Building Companies

Architect: Architekton/Grimshaw

Notable subcontractors: MKB Construction, ISEC, TD Industries, Walters & Wolf, Wilson Electric

Value: $192 million

Creighton University Virginia G. Piper Health Sciences Building

The Creighton University Health Sciences-Phoenix campus is the nation’s only Catholic health sciences campus west of Omaha. The 185,000-square-foot building is also Creighton’s largest expansion outside of Omaha in the University’s history.

Developer: Plaza Companies

General contractor: Okland Construction

Architect: Butler Design Group/RDG Planning & Design

Notable subcontractors: Complete Fire Protection, KONE Elevators, Kovach, Lifetime Plumbing Solutions, Sun Valley Masonry

Value: $100 million

Pima Community College Automative Technology and Innovation Center

The Automotive Technology and Innovation Center, designed by DLR Group, features an open, high-tech space that allows student and faculty interaction across disciplines and provides flexibility to adapt to future technology requirements and meet the workforce needs now and well into the future.

Developer: Pima Community College

General contractor: CHASSE Building Team

Architect: DLR Group

Notable subcontractors: Commonwealth Electric Company, Concrete Edge, J.B. Steel, MKB Construction, Sun Mechanical

Value: $11.8 million

Hospitality project of the year

 

AC Marriott Downtown Phoenix

The AC Marriott Downtown Phoenix was such a success, it sold to Arbor Lodging just six months after opening — representing a solid appetite for hotel investment in today’s post-pandemic economy, while stimulating the local resort and tourism industry in Phoenix.

Developers: NewcrestImage, LaPour Partners

General contractor: Layton Construction

Architect: AXIS/GFA Architecture + Design

Subcontractors: AME Electrical Contracting, Apodaca Wall Systems, Baker Concrete Construction, Carlson Glass, Spectrum Mechanical & Service Contractors

Size: 124,500 square feet

Hyatt Place Phoenix Downtown

Diagonal to the notable Orpheum Theater, the Hyatt Place Phoenix Downtown hotel tastefully fuses contemporary finishes with vintage sophistication. Rooted in art deco design, the hotel contributes to an
architecturally significant area of downtown Phoenix.

Owner: Pacific Hospitality Group 

Developer: Mortenson Development Inc.

General contractor: Mortenson 

Architect: Allen + Philp Partners

Subcontractors: Arok, Central Supply & Metal, Hayes Mechanical, Secon Specified Electrical Contractors, Suntec Concrete

Value: $60 million

Westin Tempe

The Westin Tempe is an 18-story concrete structure situated in the newly developed Mill Ave district and is the largest hotel built in Tempe in the last 40 years. This project features many luxury details from floor to ceiling window views, rooftop lounge and more than 21,000 square feet of event space.

Developer: CAI Development 

General contractor: Beal Derkenne Construction

Architect: RSP Architects

Subcontractors: Complete Door Systems, IAP Enclosures, JFN Mechanical, Secon Specified Electrical Contractors, Suntec Concrete

Value: $72.5 million

Industrial project of the year (less than 200,000 square feet)

 

Arizona State University Alameda Warehouse

This project included the expansion and partial repurposing of the existing Alameda Materials Storage Facility into a centralized mail receiving, sorting, storage and distribution center and surplus material storage and inventory facility. The project included a 50,000-square-foot addition of a high-bay tilt warehouse.

Developer: Arizona State University

Contractor: CHASSE Building Team

Architect: ADM Group

Subcontractors: A Professional Plumbing, B&F Contracting, Hardrock Concrete, Pete King Construction, Pueblo Mechanical

Value: $7,783,000

Covetrus Grandview TI

Animal health technology and services company Covetrus was operating two facilities — Atlas and Roadrunner pharmacies — in Phoenix. This 73,000-square-foot tenant improvement project brought both of those operations under one roof and supports Covetrus’ need for laboratory pharmaceutical research and advanced manufacturing. The new facility creates a cleaner environment for the production of pharmaceutical products, medical devices, electronics and other advanced manufacturing products.

Developer: Orsett Properties 

Contractor: Willmeng Construction

Architect: Gensler

Subcontractors: Bakkum Noelke Consulting, DP Electric, Henderson Engineers

Value: $15.6 million

United Foods Incorporated

This $13.6 million project involved transforming a basic shell industrial space into a modern food production and cold storage facility that will have more than 100 full-time employees. One market sector Phoenix was not seeing much activity in was food production and cold storage, so this facility was a welcome addition to our fast-growing region.

Developer: United Foods International 

Contractor: Willmeng Construction

Architect: Deutsch Architecture Group

Subcontractors: Pearson Engineering Associates, Simply Structural

Value: $13.6 million

Industrial project of the year (200,000-500,000 square feet)

 

Cowden Logistics Center

Situated on 16 acres in Tolleson, Cowden Logistics Center features 36-foot clear heights, 237 car parking stalls, 41 trailer parking stalls, five points of ingress and egress, R-38 insulation and an ESFR sprinkler system. This Class A facility brings 285,131 square feet of logistics space to the Southwest Valley.

Developer: Trammell Crow Company

Contractor: Wespac Construction

Architect: Butler Design Group

Subcontractors: Aero, Desert Structures, Gunsight Construction, Riggs Concrete, Wilson Electric

Broker: Cushman & Wakefield

Value: $12,042,857

Goodyear Airport 85

Opus Goodyear Airport 85 (GA 85) is a 276,183-square-foot speculative rear-loader warehouse built on a 18.2 acre fully improved site across the street from Phoenix Goodyear Airport in Goodyear. GA 85 has great accessibility for transportation purposes; it is on the north side of the MC-85 and approximately two miles south of the I-10.

Developer, general contractor, and architect: The Opus Group

Subcontractors: BrightView Landscape Development, Jenco, Suntec Concrete

Broker: CBRE

Size: 276,800 square feet

Prologis Logistics Center IV

This modern 438,687-square-foot facility will give Hello Fresh the capability to dramatically expand its West Coast distribution capabilities. It will be the growing company’s largest shipping and fulfillment center globally and could provide as many as 1,200 new jobs at full capacity.

Developer: Prologis 

Contractor: Willmeng Construction

Architect: Deutsch Architecture Group

Subcontractors: Adobe Drywall, Pueblo Mechanical & Controls, SubZero Construction, TCK Air Conditioning & Heating

Brokers: Colliers International, JLL 

Size: 438,687 square feet

Industrial project of the year (more than 500,000 square feet)

 

Ball Corporation Canning Facility

The 513,000 SF Ball Corporation Canning Facility is a beverage manufacturing plant that makes aluminum cans exclusively for a leading consumer packaged goods company, whose facility was built next door. At full capacity, it will produce approximately 11 million cans a day and bringvhundreds of jobs to Arizona.

Developer: Merit Partners

Contractor: Layton Construction

Architect: Butler Design Group

Subcontractors: Desert Structures, Olympic West Fire Protection, Panelized Structures, Speedie & Associates, Suntec Concrete

Size: 710,000  square feet

Hines G303

G303 moved rapidly from a fully speculative, phased development that was scheduled to be completed over time, into a 1.25 million-square-foot, state-of-the-art manufacturing and distribution facility that was fully leased and now under a quick-turn completion timeline for global mattress brand MLILY.

Developer: Hines

Contractor: Graycor Construction Company

Architect: Ware Malcomb

Subcontractors: B&F Contracting, Desert Structures, Olympic West Fire, Riggs Companies, Specified Electrical Contractors

Brokers: Colliers International, JLL

Size: 569,520 square feet

Northern 101

Northern 101 Commerce Center consists of 388,621 square feet of industrial space across four buildings. Conveniently located adjacent to the Loop 101 and Northern Parkway, Northern 101 is situated on two neighboring sites, totaling 30 acres. It is easily accessible to the Central, North, and West Valley Phoenix metro areas.

Developer: Creation

Contractor and architect: LGE Design Build

Subcontractors: Ace Asphalt of Arizona, Arc Steel, Desert Structures, Hardrock Concrete, Specialty Roofing

Broker: Lee and Associates

Value: $44 million

Park 303 Phase I

Developed by Lincoln Property Company, Park 303 Phase I is the Valley’s first “creative industrial” project — packed with the latest industrial and supply chain efficiencies, and enhanced with premier employee amenities that are typically only found in the newest creative office settings.

Developer: Lincoln Property Company

Contractor: Willmeng Construction

Architect: Butler Design Group

Subcontractors: Apache Pipelines, Hunter Engineering, Reynolds Electric, Scotts Diversified Construction, Suntec Concrete

Brokers: Cushman & Wakefield, Lincoln Property Company

Value: $185 million

White Claw Distillery

This design-build project is the first ground-up facility in the world that produces White Claw. The construction type is II-B with an ESFR sprinkle system. Concrete tilt panels, steel joist, girders, and metal deck make up the building’s envelope with a clear height of 36 feet.

Developer: Merit Partners

Contractor: Layton Construction

Architect: Butler Design Group

Subcontractors: Arizona Glass Specialists, Canyon State Electric, Interstate Mechanical Corporation, Mountain States Contracting, Suntec Concrete

Size: 916,000 square feet

K-12 education project of the year

Hohokam Elementary School Rebuild

CHASSE Building Team and its trade partners worked diligently to preserve and salvage the existing classroom buildings that exemplify the world-renowned architect Ralph Haver. The project included both preservation and renovation of existing educational buildings as well as the demolition and reconstruction of portions of the campus.

Developer: Scottsdale Unified School District 

General contractor: CHASSE Building Team 

Architect: SPS+ Architects

Notable subcontractors: Global Roofing, EK2 Electric, Pete King, Rikoshea Contracting 

Value: $22 million

John McCain III Elementary

Unique to K12, this project was constructed using tilt panel construction – where concrete
walls are put into place by crane to complete the overall building structure. Additionally, the
team came together during extremely challenging market conditions to finish the complex project within 10 months.

Developer: Buckeye Elementary School District 

General contractor: CHASSE Building Team

Architect: Orcutt Winslow 

Notable subcontractors: CAMS, Global Roofing, S+H Steel, Sun Valley Masonry, Urban Energy 

Value: $28.5 million

St. Catherine of Bologna Performing Arts Center at Notre Dame Preparatory High School

The two-story, 20,000-square-foot building — the school’s first new building since 2002 — houses the 300-seat Pitre Family Theater, classrooms for instrumental and vocal musical instruction and a high-tech recording studio for video production classes, and NDP Live!, the school’s media broadcasting club.

Developer: Chermack Consulting Group 

General contractor: Willmeng Construction

Architect: HDA Architects 

Notable subcontractor: Habermann Electrical Designs

Value: $8.75 million

Multifamily project of the year

 

Kenect Phoenix

The 23-story apartment building includes retail space, six floors of parking, 16 residential floors and two amenity decks on a half-acre lot. The tower provides expansive floor-to-ceiling glazing, framing stunning views of downtown Phoenix and the mountains beyond, as well as providing ample access to Arizona’s famous sunshine.

Developer: Akara Partners

Contractor: Katerra

Architects: Perkins & Will (design architect), RSP Architects (AOR)

Subcontractors: Dibble Engineers, Norris Design, Petersen Engineering, PK Associates, SunTec Concrete

Size: 340,000 square feet

Paradise @ P83

Paradise @ P83 has set a new standard for multifamily development in the West Valley. Completed in summer 2021, Paradise @ P83 is located within the Peoria Sports Complex Urban Design District, more commonly known as the “P83 Entertainment District.” The development consists of a mix of three-story and four-story buildings offering studio, one-bedroom, two-bedroom, and three-bedroom units.

Developer: Opus Development Company 

Contractor: MT Builders

Architect: Dekker Perich Sabbatini

Broker: Urban Advisors

Size: 352 units

San Villante Apartments

San Villante’s resort-style living is particularly attractive to both rising and established professionals in southeastern Mesa. It is surrounded by retail, restaurant, employment and other desirable amenities including the Banner Gateway medical campus ofhospitals. Mark-Taylor’s installation of a new street has quickly benefited the area by minimizing traffic congestion.

Developer and contractor: Mark-Taylor Development

Architect: Architectural Design Group

Subcontractors: Muckerman Landscape, Nunez Contracting, Plasters of Arizona, The Klark Organization, Unlimited Drywall & Painting

Size: 531,522 square feet

Office project of the year

 

Allred Park Place Buildings 7 and 8

This ambitious project included the construction of three separate structures. The focal point of the project is two, 3-story, Class A office buildings that are each 150,266 square feet. The third structure is a three-level parking structure that serves those two office facilities with 803 spaces.

Developer: Douglas Allred Company

Contractor: Willmeng Construction

Architect: Balmer Architectural Group

Subcontractors: Coreslab Structures, Hawkeye Electric

Value: $37.4 million

Axis Raintree office building

The 175,000-square-foot, three-story office building features high ceilings, expansive glazing, large efficient floorplates, several tenant amenity areas, structured parking, and an outstanding view of the McDowell Mountains. This speculative office space is the first Class A building to be delivered in the Scottsdale Airpark submarket since 2015.

Developer: Trammell Crow Company

Contractor: Willmeng Construction

Architect: RSP Architects

Subcontractors: Coreslab Structures, IMEG, PK Associates, TRUEFORM Landscape Architecture Studio, WoodPatel

Value: $29 million

Choice Hotels at Cavasson

Encompassing 150,000 square feet in a new five-story, Class A office building and designed to house more than 800 staff, the new space creates an open, vibrant, and highly collaborative work environment for Choice’s technology, engineering, and web services groups.

Developer: Nationwide Realty Investors 

Contractor: Layton Construction

Architect: Butler Design Group

Subcontractors: Arizona Glass Specialists, Pete King Construction, S+H Steel, Spectrum Mechanical & Service Contractors, T.S. Plumbing

Value: $11 million (TI), $20 million (shell)

Scottsdale Nationwide office building and garage

Located at the northwest corner of Loop 101 and Hayden Road in Scottsdale, the 134-acre multi-tenant office building and parking structure is Nationwide Realty Investors’ anchor project for its Cavasson Development. The 465,000-square-foot office building primarily houses Nationwide Insurance’s regional headquarters.

Developer: Nationwide Realty Investors 

Contractor: Layton Construction

Architect: The Columbus Architectural Studio

Subcontractors: Caruso Turley Scott Structural Engineers, Coreslab Structures, DP Electric, Hubbard Engineering, Prater Engineering Associates

Size: 465,000 square feet

Union Building 1

Union Building 1 provides a premier, Loop 202-fronting location at the confluence of Scottsdale, Tempe and Mesa. The four-story office project was designed to attract and retain Fortune 500-level companies with all of the amenities of the East Valley, but without the congestion and price tag that comes with many nearby competitors.

Developer: Lincoln Property Company, Harvard Investments, Goldman Sachs

Contractor: Wespac Construction

Architect: DAVIS

Subcontractors: Coreslab, Saguaro Steel, Suntec Concrete, Walters & Wolf, Western Building Group

Broker: Lincoln Property Company

Value: $125 million

Office interiors project of the year

 

BD Tempe IDEA Office tenant improvement

The focus of this project was centered around the creation of a vertical campus. Core components of this strategy include neighborhoods, neighborhood hubs, working intersections (utilizing spaces between the neighborhoods), a work zone and social hubs. BD provided a full-service cafeteria, Starbucks, gym, yoga room, and expansive outdoor space to celebrate its staff’s life-changing work.

Owner: BD  Contractor: Okland Construction 

Architect: SmithGroup 

Subcontractors: Orness Design Group, PK Associates, Stantec Consulting

Value: $10.4 million

Gensler Phoenix

Backed by research and an eye towards innovation, Gensler created a new “living lab” workplace model where work and process are fully on display, and where staff and clients can mix and mingle. The 100% agile work setting embodies Gensler’s culture of openness and collaboration, pushing the boundaries of the evolving modern workplace.

Developer: LBA Realty

Contractor: 180 Degrees Design + Build

Architect: Gensler

Subcontractors: R.C. Lurie Company, Urban Plough

Size: 10,000 square feet

Northrop Grumman @ Spectrum V

Gensler’s overall design concept centers on expressing the intangible layers that make up the Earth’s atmosphere. Gradient hues were employed as a design motif to represent the atmospheric layers between space and the Arizona terrain. To convey this feature, golden tones to deep sky blues were incorporated flanking both sides of the main conferencing “boulevard.”

Developer: SunCap Property Group

Contractor: Graycor Construction Company 

Architect: Gensler

Subcontractors: Extreme Drywall, Specified Electrical Contractors, Tri-Mega Mechanical, W.D. Drywall, Wholesale Floors

Size: 120,294 square feet

Recreation or public works project of the year

 

Asante Library

The architecture for Asante Library is meant to be an abstraction and representation of reading under a tree at the park. The canopy and shade invoke that feeling throughout a dynamic and sheltered space within the desert. A multi-use plaza is used for library functions, community gatherings and exhibitions.

Developer: City of Surprise

Contractor: Haydon Building Corp

Architect: Richärd Kennedy Architects

Subcontractors: Castle Steel, Echo Canyon Electric, Mirror Works, Sun Valley Masonry, TekStar Plumbing & Mechanical

Value: $4.5 million

City of Surprise Fire Station No. 308

This project was completed to help increase the Surprise Fire Medical Department’s ability to provide fast and professional service to the growing community that they serve. Fire Station 308 will lessen the burden on Surprise Fire Station No. 305, which was the busiest Fire Company in Surprise in the past four years.

Developer: City of Surprise

Contractor: Willmeng Construction

Architect: Perlman Architects of Arizona

Value: $6.1 million

Prescott Regional Airport Passenger Terminal

With the addition of the new passenger terminal, commercial service apron, baggage handling system, vehicle parking and roadway, residents of Prescott, Prescott Valley, Dewey-Humboldt, Chino Valley, Camp Verde, Cottonwood, Clarkdale, Jerome, Chino Valley, and Sedona will be able to enjoy an enhanced travel experience.

Developer: Prescott Regional Airport Authority

Contractors: Willmeng Construction and Fann Contracting (joint venture)

Architect: DWL Architects + Planners

Subcontractors: Dibble Engineering, LSW Engineers

Value: $12.2 million

Redevelopment project of the year

GateWay Community College Makerspace: Phoenix Forge

GateWay Community College’s new makerspace, renamed “Phoenix Forge,” was designed to foster creativity and collaboration at all scales. Housed in a warehouse built in 1929, the building gives new life to the old structure. The new makerspace will be utilized as a teaching facility, offering access to tools, expert help, and inspiration for students and innovators from the community.

Owner: Maricopa Community College Education Foundation 

Contractor: TSG Constructors 

Architect: Gensler

Subcontractors: Dibble Engineering, Energy Systems Design, McKay Conant Hoover, RLB, Trueform 

Size: 22,500 square feet

Rise Uptown Hotel

Originally designed by midcentury maven Fred Melville Guirey, “Rise” points to Guirey’s design aesthetic, as well as its status of being Uptown’s first-ever high-rise in the early 1960s. The 79-room hotel also pays homage to Uptown Phoenix’s first high-rise building in the 1960s.

Developers: Vintage Partners, Venue Projects

Contractor: Ameris

Architect: Elemental Architecture

Subcontractors: Modfire, Mosaic Builders, Slabhaus, Tricor Contracting, Urban Plough

Value: $25 million

Sheraton Phoenix Downtown Renovation

A hallmark of the new brand identity is an emphasis on creating a modern-day public square. To achieve this, the lobby experience is elevated, becoming the heart of the property and an area that encourages guests to coalesce. This was achieved by reconfiguring and reimaging the lobby into a more intimate and welcoming space.

Owner: Marriott International/BRE Resorts & Hotels

Contractors: Balfour Beatty, Continental Contractors

Architect: RSP Architects  Subcontractors: IMEG, PK Associates  Size: 1,000 keys

Retail project of the year

 

Arizona Sands Club

The Arizona Sands Club is where a diverse membership comprised of the University of Arizona and Tucson communities will connect, celebrate, work and cheer on the Wildcats. It overlooks the football field in addition to the Santa Catalina Mountains in the distance, creating an energetic and dynamic Club that reflects the rich history of the University of Arizona and Tucson.

Developer: ClubCorp 

Contractor: JE Dunn Construction 

Architect: Populous

Arrowhead JaguarLand Rover Dealership

The Arrowhead Jaguar Land Rover facility is the latest high-end automotive dealership from the Van Tuyl Companies and stands out among Glendale’s luxury car sales and service facilities. This project was designed and built for the modern luxury vehicle consumer, who has high demands and wants their buying experience to be memorable.

Developer: Van Tuyl Companies

Contractor: Willmeng Construction

Architect: John Mahoney Architect

Value: $5.7 million

Heritage at Sportsman’s Park

Masonry, steel and wood finishes create a traditional feel to this new pavilion within the trees on the Great Lawn at State Farm Stadium, a popular pre-game tailgating destination for Arizona Cardinals fans. The three-story, 16,000 sf building provides view decks, restrooms and food and beverage services for Arizona Cardinals games, the Fiesta Bowl and non-game day receptions and events.

Owner: Arizona Cardinals Football Club

Contractor: AECOM Hunt

Architect: SmithGroup

Subcontractor: TLCP Structural

Size: 16,240 square feet

Senior living project of the year

 

Friendship Village Tempe, Phase l

Given the inherent complexities presented by a landlocked campus with hundreds of residents in place, Ryan Architecture + Engineering embarked on two years of intensive preplanning with the facility’s highly professional governing board to prepare for the much-needed revitalization of the senior living environment.

Developer: LCS Development 

Contractor: Ryan Companies US 

Architect: Ryan Architecture + Engineering

Subcontractors: Deer Valley Plumbing, E&K, Gen 3, HACI Mechanical, Hilty’s  

Size: 101,000 square feet

Sagewood Independent Living Phase Il

LCS is implementing its EverSafe 360° program at Sagewood. EverSafe 360° includes improving air quality, partnering with national leaders to enhance maintaining clean spaces and living quality, following guidelines from the LCS Medical Advisory Board comprised of doctors and clinicians, technology engagement for addressing isolation and utilizing telemedicine.

Developer: LCS Development 

Contractor: The Weitz Company

Architect: Todd & Associates

Size: 101 independent living apartment homes

The Retreat at Alameda

The Retreat at Alameda features 72 assisted living apartments and 32 memory care apartments. Amenities include a movie theater, private dining, fresh chef-prepared cuisine, inviting outdoor spaces, an on-site beauty/barber shop, a state-of-the-art fitness studio with group classes, a library, and a technology center.

Owner: Astoria Property Company

Contractor: The Weitz Company

Architect: triARC Architecture Group

Subcontractors: 3-G Construction, Deer Valley Plumbing, Diversified Interiors of Arizona, HR Concrete, Vertical Build

Value: $23,057,812

 

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